Barnes & Noble E-Reader Will Be In Color, Spring 2010?

Posted: Oct 9 2009, 9:28am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:45pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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When news about the upcoming Barnes & Noble E-Reader first leaked out, I was somewhat less than enthused. Sure, a new reader with B&N's library at its back sounded cool, but we had no hint that Plastic Logic was going to make the actual device be anything more than a Kindle clone. Today it's starting to look like I was wrong. First we heard rumors that the new reader would run on the Android OS, and now it seems the B&N reader could be the first color E-Reader. (Electronista)

This is huge news, as one of the things holding E-Readers back as a market is the fact that they are all black-and-white devices. This information came out of the CTIA conference this week, when Daniel Joresson of Barnes & Noble confirmed that the E-Reader will be in color, and will be out by Spring, 2010.So, anyone else starting to get excited over this new E-Reader yet? Barnes & Noble are making some pretty big claims. I hope they'll be able to back them up when Spring rolls 'round.

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